Scottsdale, Arizona (PRWEB) August 04, 2015
Sponsored by Gila River Casinos, the charity event helps raise funds and awareness for the New Foundation AZ, which is a 501(c) nonprofit organization.
According to the New Foundation AZ spokesperson, the organization is still looking for more sponsors for the tournament. Sponsors will get a package that includes a complimentary foursome for the tournament, as well as getting their company advertised on a banner at one of the course’s tee boxes.
Besides the 18-hole golf tournament, there will also be a silent auction. The New Foundation AZ is looking for donations for the auction as well. According to their spokesperson, past items that went over well included sports memorabilia, event tickets, travel packages and jewelry.
Gila River Casinos has been the biggest and primary sponsor of the event for years. The company has three large casinos around the Phoenix area, including Vee Quiva, Lone Butte and Wild Horse Pass.
Whirlwind Golf Club is nearby Wild Horse Pass and offers a Southwest golf experience. The course, which was designed by Gary Panks, stays respectful of the Gila River Indian community while still testing a golfer’s skills.
For more information on the New Foundation AZ’s golf tournament, call 480-945-3302 ext. 121, or send an email to development(at)thenewfoundation(dot)org.
The New Foundation AZ is a community-based non-profit organization providing behavioral health and education services for more than 300 children annually throughout Arizona. Since its establishment in 1970, the New Foundation AZ has helped more than 10,000 11- to 17-year-old youths who struggle with mental health or substance abuse challenges find safety, stability and NEW FOUNDATIONS for a successful future. The leadership, staff, volunteers and board members provide opportunities for young people to move past their challenges and find the support and personal strength to make life changes needed through both residential programs and out-patient programs. The care is based in adolescent developmental research and addresses the unique needs of each individual child and family. Youth in the New Foundation AZ’s programs are provided counseling, therapy and 24/7 nursing. The New Foundation AZ also provides education services for the children and youth enrolled in residential care through the accredited Marion Burton School. Education services here focus on helping youth meet Arizona’s Common Core Standards in the primary subjects. The New Foundation AZ, a 501 (c) organization, is always in need of donations and community partners. People interested in donating may visit http://www.thenewfoundation.org/support/donate. To become a community partner, send an email to development(at)thenewfoundation(dot)org.